8.1 To respond the meaning of simple and short functional oral text (ex: announcement; advertisement, invitation, etc) accurately, fluently and understandable both formal and informal in many daily life contexts
10.1 To express the meaning of simple and short functional oral text (ex: announcement; advertisement, invitation, etc) accurately, fluently and understandable both formal and informal in many daily life contexts
- To identify the topic of the oral advertisement
- To identify the certain information of the advertisement
- To identify the aims of the advertisement
- To give oral advertisement in front of the class
- To do monolog to advertise something
- To use oral language in advertisement
Answer the following questions based on your experience.
1) Do you like watching TV?
2) What kind of TV program do you like?
3) What do you do when the TV channel shows commercial breaks?
4) Do the commercial breaks inspire you to buy/have/do something?
5) What kind of commercial break do you like? Mention the example and give reason.
Now, watch the example of advertisement taken from TV (video) and radio (audio). You are to compare both examples with the written advertisement below. There are also some items to guide you analyzing the content of advertisements.
- To whom the advertisement is
- What is being advertised
- The aim of advertisement
Now, brainstorm of the vocabularies related to the following pictures. Write down the vocabularies in the table under the pictures.
Find another advertisement from TV channels and choose your favourite ad. Give the reason why. Find out what are presented in the advertisement (model, language, symbol, tag line)
Create your own advertisement to be performed in front of your friends (video/audio). You are free to choose the topic/theme. You may use the pictures above to help you.